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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBERTA FRIDAY, OCTOBER NUMBER 271 Declared in Court 1 Coleriian Sample Was Rotten at CASE-AGAINST Believe; iSettieitoent of Min- LEWIS FINISHED Makes for Future Peace. GENERAL APPROVAL OF SLIDING SCALE (I'rum Our Oct.! 29. Newspapers hero in the agrej- Oct. is thc-coal strike may bo eil that the whole ol'lhls morning's referendum'to Jie held sesslo'i iif -Magistrate E. N. Barker's tho niin'ers: is favorable, gen is trying the illicit Honor i crRily the scheme is K Bplllng. cusesiheje, Will bo devotod to j Neither the advocates the trial of 'ick rwor iifj 0( lno the Co cimn and thjt of 3 also i, f the owners cLumed >lctorj There o' Solivltor C b liar is 1 fb approval ot tho arraage- Is acting for tho defci La in t bv scale woUd Int mat-d this pr or to tn the pri of court last It is Noticed How the IncreMed of h Keeping At 6 iiectei' ihal Ire dofcnc" will put up s stiff figHi aud Inspector who is conducting the prosecution is preparing Tor it, trial of' alleged bontleggers, rounded up in the sensational Thanks- giving Day drive is tbe leiure of the stige In the Pas (eidav the court room was fil ed both morning awVafieruoon.C.Tlie hearings proceeded Quietly. There were no out breaks otjiastion, lib heated legal com- batsito ruffle! the calm surface of the jrofils ot owners is w Ml cs lo the wages oC the men and this I" thought the most hopeful feature j oC the agreement For this reason i( is believed tie plan will be endorsed by tho miners It is remarked" that' the settlement makes for. future peace in tho coal industrj and jrove the Intro ductoi> step for a new era in British industrv generally Deprecate Talk of Victory Oct As- sociated miners and the coal mine- owners are about proceedings iho trials however 'Longralulalei' In the newspnners this were in spice for many re .mornmg Cli fbe provisional settlement I of coal strike ari'ved at There u, a gencril disposition to depreciate tbe tbe of the word ferences to John J3irlnycorn bf i humorous nature v ero made during llio'r." examination :6f witnesses which relieved refrcjhingl> the dragging l NIP e.aso of Dm lewis of Blair heard after judgment nad In the instances of the ttlaiijiiore A ind Dominic Pas }j fa Putman of Blalrmore appeared Mi Lewis The trial was carried ovenfrom the morning into the afternoon "sitting judgment he ug re sencd nnUl two o clock after noon. Croyvn Lewis I owls, wis with a violation of InO'ISjuor Act ill IBlfba S-'ptehi Her IS, liquor un'av, fnll> at Jiis room in the town niairmore: Alberta: The-witnesses for.-both; sides were ordered-out heariiig'of .the proceedings, Call-Witnesses Frank Delariy, air A'.P.IV detective employed: in -the.liquor .act enforce nient service, was the called. that on Hie date he .and Detective Hooker purchased; twb! drinks: of whisky off Lewis paying'him tho'sum oE lie testified that Danny, himself served them at in the evening. Cross-examined by Solicitor Put- man the witness told the court that he Came to Blah-more from Calgary the Slh o'f Oth of September'antMhal IIP and. JlLS friend fjplorthe Hooker had a talk with Lewis. They told him that they came originally'from the east, but from Di-umhcllcr to Ulair- "more. They-were -going on to the coast said. ''Did Mr. Le' look at yon" and say, "you.dldh't.'comc" from wit- lioss _ "He did Witness asserted that Lewis re- tbat lie thought lie had seen him at the GVW.V.A; club in Calgary. He. did iiot remember L'ewis saying boys, govern- ment ppntihuin'g, .tho witness stated.that lie then went to work in the lumber'camps remaining a couple ot weeks. It was on his return from cam'p'ihal Iie'and Detective Booker bought theliquor off the ac- cused. Not "Jlr. Deiafieyi 'are you n 'pretty good Judge of counsel asked. nut "No, It was just whisky and rotten 9t -Solicitor, rulmari, >displaying some various-brands of the forbidden 'beverage, asked the- wit nes if iOvas' Burkc's Irish, Johnny Walker, bootleg, or moon shine .'wlilsky, The witness admitted that ,lo Judge whether drink was Irish or Scotch whisky. "Yoii'inuat be from Nova remarked counsel, "Not replied the witness. Tlio witness.said lie did not Ret a jag on, but the whisky he bought from Violeiit Scenes Casket Containing Remains bf the Lord Mayor of Cork tf v NOW WATCH THE HAIR GROW CHICAGO, Oct. reports that Chicago barb- 'crs had decided to raise the price of haircuts to each was made in a statement Issued last night by Frank secretary of tho United Master 'Ho de- clared ,thal. price would remain -'at 'sixty ceuts. C- fJ Jlolnes Register Mourners Had To Be Forcibly Removed By the Police- Trouble Arose Over Decision to Tranjfer the Body Direct to Cork Instead of By Way of Secretary Wanted to Avoid Political Demonstrations In Irish Incensed and Call Gov- ernment "Body Snatchers." Prince Is The New King Of Greece Constanline Must Renounce AH Claims', is 'Incorporated in Selection of Prince Paul HOLYHEAD, Wales, Oct. 28 Relatives of the lite Lord Mayor MaeSwlney resisted when the authorities. started to place the body-of the lord mayor oh board a boat today bound 'for] Cork. After aififlht over the coffin, how- ever; the body .was 'taken1 aboard the vessel, which sailed for Cork. Expelled Mourners-.. IIOLYHBAD, QcC and brothers of the lato Lord Mavor Ter: euce MacSwIney of. Cork were'forfc- Oct brother bv either side.-, out that while the men got the'r cherish ed two Ihe ment of in- creased production to coincide with Ihe-'r'alsty ifl'wages'it fought for. Mean- while it is also 'regre'fyllv pointed Putx Europe lias tons of Fnglisb coal which is badlj needed, the miner- millions in wages, arJ? i large Mice ot Ihe of coal reserves One expert 15 that the isi'ures ten peace in the tfoal trade The miners hire, still to vote on the ro hoviejer Tie consider rd as emmenth likelj to receive ac Satisfied Wheat Price to Advance DrumhellerMincs Badly Hit and CHICAGO Oct of crop and Increased exportsrare wilt force an'advahce In prices, regardless of the out come of the first "wheat strike" In the history of Mhe Umteti- S'-Stes, S..HowaroV president-of-the''Arnerican Farm Bureau Federation, .an organlza tion representing a million apd a half farmers throughout the-Unit- cd States. The general sentiment among farmers Is one ofvTgorous opposi tlon to the according to Mr Howards depreciates the action of few farm ere' who havftassumed a public Tbe-damne4" attitude and delib erately losVijie m'oral support of the people! Mr Howard said the present price of loyverman actual crop Wheat prices arc 'going to tllmb Ateadiiy and by next June will range between three and four He based this statement upon personal Investigation- of and the best information-.fropn'rharket lie said. Pan1 of tlio lato King was-proclaimed .king by the Greek parliament last' evening. Earlier iu tlio. session Admiral Cpun- douriotis> was elected Prince. Paul was born in this city December 1901 and is not married Since his father, tormef King Constantino, left -Paul has bim in Switzerland Cbnstantinft' Must', Renounce ATHENS, Oct. Since the death of King Alexander the dvnasU Ins been .discussed ,b'y the council of. min, isrers- and' the'Greek minister at Berne has been' Instructed to meet Prince Paul.-third son ot former King Conslantine and announce to'himi thai in accordance-with the -constitution, the I-v tea '11 to s cecei1 his elder brother; Alexander. tbe'ruame-rtUne Is to inform h'im. that bis accession tc the throne" depends upon the formatl renunciation hi ex King Constantm" and his "eldest brother, Prince George ot all'claims to tbo throne. Ibly expelled with other '''mpiirners, I the from the railway Carriages by policej" here late'last night as a result ot a fight'over, the coffin of tho dead huji- ger Btrlker. Members of the family objected; to tbe coffin'being placed on boat which would go from this port-to Cork'ahd a violent scene The lasted for five minutes. .Tlio coffin was plac- ed-on board the boat at last and the steamer left for Cork at o'clock this morning. Keep Away From Dublin 2SA-Ths government i as refused to perpilt the body of the] Mayor JIacSwinejrpf Cork j _ provid- d a special Etearuei; .to cflmey.the re- mains to .Cork. yjthe governrnent-TprVnbt permlliirig' he :body to'be iandell ex- In'the lord city vas "the risk ofi'pplitical idempnEtrat- 6ns, which might result Iii'tLtvlpss of nnoccnt Relatives Go :To-Dublin orinlendent r'eplied'the 'hpm'e 'office, had'given th'e Irish secretary, r'In this instance. j When-the train arrired here, near jnldnlght, -a .cordon, ot forined around'- the platform --.en- ,trancc, keeping back. a good, sized crowd of curious-persons and jeered. Seveaty-sit "Black.1 and Tans' loriued ou the platform and, stood at "present arms" us tbe mpiirn-_ crs passed alo'ngjt. i Mr. O'Brien. Londonj. exqcullve Irish Self DetErm'natlon League represented tbe family on, thox MOUSED POLICE10SE 42 HORSES IN BAD FIRE Goal Shortage is Feared in Sections of West CALGARY. Oct. prairie provinces a serious-shortage ot coal duo to the inability ot the Cana- dian National Railways to furnish cars to the Drumheller Valley. The dally requirements -'of this -valley aro- at' least 175 Id "la tars, but since Oct- ober 19, tbo total number of. plied has been means a shortage in production tons of coal. Last'ntght wo were informed by'the Canadian National Hallway officials'lhat-'iibt one car will be arail-" This was the- statement made to- day to Canadian Press by W. H. Oct which started shortly after eight o clock and is still raging, has Joss, of forty-two horses, belonging, to the Royal Canadian Mounted Po- lice and destroyed the 'winter fair-buildings here'with a1 loss so far estimated at Efforts of the. fire fighters' are now toward saving the new struc- ;ture and preventing the flames from destroying nearby resi- dences, the contents of which are being removed. At 10 30 the fire was unavr ccn bEg new winter fair building has been saved, but the structure known as the old winter fair building is a total'lofts. Splen- i. did work on t'ne part of the fire, men" saved ten dwellfngs. In the .Immediate vlcinty of the wooden structure, though severaLof them badly VANCOUVER'S ft CHIEF OF POLICE fuming, president o! tho Drumheller Board pt Trade which has presented a to. the'Do- ._______ minion government In.a'telegram'to A p.'p Premier Meleheii Id the coast asking! VA.XCOUVEH, Oct.. spectorlJames Anderson of the v> city detecllve department this: afternoon, formally ap> pointed chief of tho Vancouver police department rendered vacant through the resignation, of Chief of Police AlcHac. JL'oWls, affected him. "If a of buy here in the I'hss af- fects you you're going said Solicitor I'ntman. The Vilncss then admifled that ho had n few "shots" prior to going Into Lewis' bar. lie also loM thp.conrt that ho and Dctcc- tlvo Booker, had bought liiiuor from Lewis' servant, Orlando- Detective Booker Detecllve Hooker, wficn placed un-' clear story pf what had .happclied after, lie and Dcla.ncy bad Calgary. Hn story of the-first witness to establish the llnhpr ,bnug1il from llio ac- ctisail. ,-Uo it was Premier Melgheii lit the coast Immediate a matter which! it 13 clidmcd is vital to the pralrio provinces. "If no cars nro supplied by tlio C. N.'R. today it will mean that not a wheel will turn In "any of the Dfitni' heller mines and that lw'0 'thousand, man will be Idle and that there will be a decrease In production ot seven thousand Ions a continued Mr. Gumming. ,T. J. Brown, C. X. K. superintendent Calgary, lii answer inln'g's statement .said.that tho short- age'was duo lo nt Kindersley, but lhat the line jiail been cleared Itierc and that, a .full nupply of cars would he available Saturday. Boost .Coal at 'Peg Oct'. coal will advance slity cents ;i ion to Winnipeg buyers on Npvehibcr I, ow- ing lo Increased cost'at the mines, coal dealers .'announced' today. Tlin advance may reach 80 cents If the dealers decide to add the 20 cents a ton Increased cost duo to frieglit rales Increase. INCREASE TORONTO, Oct. of .Scotch, biit'he wpiild not like to Hwea.rjrates runginj? ?rom 11 to fa per cent, tp'lt. a. recciit arrival arc antiounceil. by.. the Toronto, nnd the quality iCoutmued pu Paeo Nlngnra Power cotnpanyj -fprmerly'tho Toroiilo ef- fective Dcccnibiif is DEAD AT MACLEOD HOLYHEAD, Wales, Oct. lay broke- this sea, the steamer ho body ot the late Mac; Swlney Cork, ward, off the Welsh i way to that .BOtme hour, :he relatlves'. of re: fused -Jto'-board f lirpvitled "to" Mayor's body to 'CprK-'were: oil th'elr way to publln, afuibil-Mre'ctlyr.across the narrow.'siralt land from Ireland.. :Tne-Treiatives} left Holybead at than an hour after appeared in the which" shrouded the _ Shipment of MatSwiney's bp''dtr- ect to Cork was preceded scene- In which blpwj ;.were; struck and members of the'lbrd mEivpr's'.fanir Ily were draeged .from thejr railway coach at iiUltbn: They refu'sed "to'cons'ent' gpv-. ernment'8 iila'n. to .take; the' body to Cork Instead of "Dublin'arid It. was only after they had r-beerrplaced under virtual temporary arrest lhat the body was taken from Irish Railway Workers Wojild Not Transport Remains of Lord Majorjo Cork __ Oct. The local civil and church authorities declined t-> ..-..spt tlifr coffin containing the-ta mains 1of Lord Mayor when IbejSteamer-yeached the -rallwayroe'n: .refused to transport the body to Cork with i military es cort admiralh therefore reqljU Itloned tug upon which the bodv was takeji to Cork. __ Situation at Cork Oct Because of resent j, mcnt the action of the nient-In. changing the route by which. tlie- bodrof the late. Lord Mayor.Mac- was brought to Ireland, the regular harbor pilots announced thlc morning that the> -would not aid In bringing the steamer Rathmore, ue-ir ing the body from Holynead, mto Cork. Similarly, the Sinn.; Fein r.v'ol- untcers declared they would' noV.take. cbargexot the body until the arrival ot relatives of the lato lord mayor' to the dock where tti'o Kathmpre was later in the day. wnltinc. I bod> which was Greenwood's Letter I landed at Queenstown, was expected The first sfop train left Euston station was.; Erewc, just outside of London where'.the snperin- n nalr. Is the extent of Uio cut in shoe prices'.expected by n well- known local dealer. The reductions will come gradually by next, spring, lie slated. Iiowever; thcro was no possibility of a return, lo pre-war prices, because while the .cost pf lea- the'r had decreased, labor and over (From Our Own Correspondent) head expenses had Krertlly Increased and these were Ihe big linns iu the MACI.KOD, Oct. C. A. Slcw-tpHce of shoes. art, cashier of the C.P.Il. In j died Wednesday night after an illness of one week. During (ho 'flu epidemic i lie had a severe attack and bad iiot fully recovered. Karly In Octolier he wenl shooting and got very later he look another 'client-. ing trip and returned home chilled. through. Ho was Iflken with inonlii from wlilch he died." He a prominent Otldfelloy and olio of Claims Dominion Spends Fa Too Little Great Bask Industry of the Country PRINCE ALIiBHT, Oct. L. Mackenzie King met with a reception hero in which all civic bodies and associations- participated, lleplying to the addresa from tbe clly of Prince eiprosi- ed tlie hope of (lituro provincial con- trol of Saskatchewan's" natural re- sources, that It'was part of the policy of the Liberal :party grant lhat control, Mr. King .received hearty ap- plause from those who .attended -.the civic reception Id the Liberal leader iu Ihe' city council chambers. Mr. King, who delivered his address to an audience com'posed ot farmers, dwelt length i.poi> the necessity of encouragement .to agriculture ns the' great basii: Indus- try of Iho Dominion; He pointed out that tho latest federal revenue figures indicated that olit of of ?200, only had been f pout or sllghlly one per cenl.. whereas enormous sums of .._......._ _______, tlm public money; were spent in ways i dent's order lo obfiy'lhe Irish secret- to irrivo here. by. train, this morning. Business'in Cork was at' a standstill loJay, iut. conditions were al- tho leaders Iu tho local lodge. EIGHT PIECES BY ;a j'SA'R OLD MAID tlon wag in evidence. The military are making unusual ..In connection with the plans..' for "th'c funeral Sunday. tcndent of the Melrppolilan I though considerable excitement and police in charge of Ihfeb.coaches filled re-entment over the governments ac with constables the partv was handed a.letter by a mes- senger. It was signed by Sir Hainar greenwood, secretary for Ireland, and was addressed to th'e .widow of-tho Inril mnynr. .-It: I am advised" that tlie'iaiidln'B ami fun- eral of Ihe lord mayor'In Dublin may lead lo a demonstration of a political nature. I regret, therefore. Ihe Irish government cannot, allow the diseni- barXation of, his remains to any other port of Ireland except hia, native clty of Cork. In order to nave yon'every Body Oct. Cork The body of Ter- enco "MacSwiney, late lord mavonOt this arrived hero on board an ad miralty tug at 4 o clock this afternoon The tug whose flag was flown at Bait mast, ilocked.-at, the customs bouse nni> Enormous crowds lined the op- posite quays and the nearby bridges. Inconvenience the dii cctcd tlm Lomlon and'.Northwestern Hallway to provide a suitable steamer to 'carry the remains direct trj Cork from Holyhead. Tho steamer.' will also carry you and-twenty of your friends. If you Sir Hamar's letter- was. handed to John MacSwlncy, brother of.the late lord .mayor, who. remarked that the lady mayoress was not aboard the train and iho supcriiilen- Makes Charges Of Perjury Against "Dry" Detectives tl'.'it were wholly utiproductlvo. Declaring I he Worn In Ion pove-.'n- iriCEt had not done its duly In encour- agement of agriculture. I.lbeia! lender said ,-vhal was needed was more herclsi .more, silos and fewer skystapcrs. '.'MONTKBAIj. Ocl. In 'eight places by hr-r 15-year-old maid, -who to hnVB'been Intoxlcal- c'j at the lime, Mrs. Henri Lcduc was lakeij ,to a hospital last night, but her GUNr IN' HIP-POCKRT WENT OFF AND MACLEOD BANK CLEUK AVOUNDKO coiiditipn was not found to' ho serlouf over money maUcrii Is be- [ have caused.the stabbing. (From Our Own MACLEOD, Oct. licll, an employee of; the Bank of Montreal, while on tlie way to, Ihe C.P.R. depot slipped Hud fell, and n. loaded revolver ho wns carrying went off tht bullet yiassiiiR UirPilgh his leg above Ilia-knee; The Vouncl while not keep. bed for or eo, nni) duly for spcm UNMASKED MEN GOT VVITH DIAMONDS ST.! PAUL, Minn., Oct, Three unmasked men held up L. :G, Denny, an In Sha- plro's jewelry store here early to- day and .-escaped diniripncls i-.stld to bo -Denny had just opened the store and was bringlnfl 'wo trayt 6f diamond' iro'm" the safe at the. men -waitingauto. TEXAS FARMERS ARE. HOLDIN6 TOO ary's orders, as he'wns und6r the Jur- isdiction of the Tho sup- MONTREAL MAYOR TO PRESIDE AT MEETING MONTREAL, Oct. is probable that Msyor Martin will prtsldc at the mass 'meeting to- night at the M6unt Royal Arena In connection with- the death of Lord Mayor MacSwinoy of Cork, Ireland. FOIIT WOHT11, Texas, Oct. 20 The wheat holding inovoinunt has reached Texas and most of this year's crop, uspcclally In the Panhandle dis- trict, Is being held off the market, ac- cording lo wholesale dealers In Fort Worlli. of (hp producers arc najd lo bn members 'nf thn Wheat Urowlng Association which is backing a movement lo hold tho wheat In Ihe growers' bands until Iho price reaches S3.00 a bushel.' Iowa Lines Up DES MOI.N'JES, lown, Oct. Thoj Iowa today pledged] members IP, support Ihe Blrikc for hlghb'r'prices recently de- clared by (bo Iowa farm bureau led- elopnicnt in MQUOL Cfiic Stakes Jail Term (By a Blaff Keporler) Oct. Mag- istrate B. N. Darker .this mornlne fiannle Lewis of iilalrmore who convicted1 for the violation of th? Alberla Liquor Act, was fined and months .Imprison- ment. Ho elected to serve the Jail sentence, In his address lo llic courl, H. I'lilnain, of Blalrmore, solicitor to'.Ihe LADY STUDENTS'. IN THEOLOGY KINGSTON. Ont...Ocl: 29.--The fac- ulty of Queen's Theological .College lias granted Ihe application of two Indy students of Cl'Jecn's Uiilyersity, I "foully '.conspired and thai Miss Marlon Uickson of Niagara Dclaney and'Bookcr, bin Ontario, and Hiss Mnrgarot Wpotcii of Maynpoth, Ontario, to oiiter .classes in the 'theological .college. GERMANY BIG AMOUNT'OF SHIPPING PARIS, Oct, must deliver tons of shipping for the allies as compensation for the sinking .of tho Gerrhan fleet in 3capa Flow, the .reparations'com- mission decided today. ployees pf the Attorney General's psrlmcnt hid "deliberately lied in the case." Jlr. Putnam entered of perjury, against DelectlTCs Wnl. Hooker and Frank Delanoy; There was a raid made this mprnv Ing'On tho Colcman hotel Slid Hoy Holpe of ;hotel placed under arrest for violation-pi the Alberta Liquor1 Act, and YeleaseiJ1 on J400.0.0 bail; C. P. Harris of Wth bridge fa representing the accused.'4 ;